Who is John Brimelow? Bobbie Battista’s Husband, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife (Dead), Children and Net worth
John Brimelow Biography-Wiki| Bobbie Battista Husband
John Brimelow is an American Managing director who is known as the husband of Bobbie Battista, a former CNN news anchor. According to Brimelow’s LinkedIn page, he is the Managing Director at CSIC dba Experiential Consultants since Jan 2008. Since Aug 2018, he has been the Executive Producer and Creative Director at John M Brimelow.
He served as the President of Atamira Communications, from 2002 to 2007.
John Brimelow Age|Bobbie Battista’s husband age
His exact age and date of birth is still under investigation we will update when accurate e inofrmation is available, Though it is known that Bobbie and her husband were married from 1995 to her time of death.
John Brimelow Family|John Brimelow Wife
Brimelow was married to Bobbie Battista till the time of her death on March 3, 2020. the couple has one daughter.
Bobbie Battista Networth
His exact networth is still under investigation
His wife had an estimated net worth of $ 6 million at the time of her death.
Bobbie Battista Death
Bobbie Battista, one of the original anchors of CNN Headline News and a veteran of various anchor jobs at CNN over two decades, died on Tuesday in Davenport, Iowa, where she lived. She was 67.
A family spokesman said the cause was cervical cancer.
After joining Headline News for its launch in 1982, Ms. Battista was promoted in 1988 to the parent Cable News Network, where she anchored coverage of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, the gulf war and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
She became a familiar face in American living rooms, anchoring “CNN NewsDay,” “CNN NewsHour,” “CNN Daybreak” and “CNN PrimeNews.” She was voted best newscaster in Cable Guide magazine’s annual readers’ poll in 1986.
In 1998, Ms. Battista began a three-year stint as the host of “TalkBack Live,” an hourlong weekday afternoon program that featured guest newsmakers fielding questions from a studio audience and from viewers participating by phone, fax and the internet. (It was canceled in 2003.)
After more than 20 years with CNN, in the wake of AOL’s acquisition of the network’s parent company, Time Warner, in the early 2000s, she left to join her second husband John Brimelow’s firm, Atamira Communications, which advises corporate clients
John Brimelow said in a statement, “Bobbie was the consummate trouper in her struggle with cancer, she was courageous and fearless in her battle and thoughtful for all the others in her life even as she fought through the pain. My dear partner of 25 years of marriage has cut her earthly bonds and is now in peace.”
David P. Gelles, an executive producer of CNN political and special events programming, also announced the news of Battista’s death on Twitter, remembering her 20-year career at the network.
“Battista was one of the original CNN Headline News anchors when the network launched in 1981,” Gelles wrote. “She anchored several news programs on CNN including ‘TalkBack Live